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City & Venue Info


The venue for the 2026 Congress is the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC). It is the largest convention centre in Canada, ranking among the top ten largest continuous-space facilities in North America, a world- class, tier-one venue for major conventions, trade and public shows, meetings, galas and banquets  and  a  barrier-free, fully accessible environment, with sophisticated in-house event services.

The ISPRS Congress will  occupy  the  entire  South  Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. This exclusivity will allow for branding & sponsorship and many common areas where the delegates can network with their peers. The renovated South Building meeting levels are conveniently connected by multiple escalators and elevators  for  easy flow of delegates.


The Metro Toronto Convention Centre features 442,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, 77 meeting rooms, multi-purpose ballrooms, and a theatre equipped for performing arts as well as corporate events. New contemporary meeting rooms now offer events over 11,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space on our South Building’s 600 Level.


Metro Toronto Convention Centre – South Building
222 Bremner Boulevard
Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3L9


Welcome to Toronto!

Immerse yourself in the vibrant pulse of Toronto, a dynamic metropolis renowned for its cultural richness, iconic landmarks, and thriving innovation hubs. As one of the host cities for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, taking place around the same time as ISPRS 2026, Toronto offers a unique fusion of history and modernity. Discover the bustling streets of downtown and the tranquil shores of Lake Ontario, creating an unforgettable setting that perfectly complements the excitement of the congress and the World Cup festivities.

Know Before You Go!

Official Language


Canada has 2 official languages - English and French. English is the primary language spoken in Toronto. However, due to its diverse population, you may also encounter other languages, particularly in multicultural neighbourhoods.


July in Toronto typically features warm temperatures, with average highs ranging from 25°C to 30°C (77°F to 86°F). However, humidity can make it feel warmer. It's advisable to dress in light, breathable clothing and stay hydrated, especially if you're exploring outdoor attractions.

Boasting two international airports, Toronto Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, getting here is a breeze from virtually anywhere in the world.


Toronto offers a comprehensive public transportation system, including buses, streetcars, and subways operated by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). Visitors can purchase single-ride fares or day passes for unlimited travel within the city. For eco-conscious travellers or those looking to enjoy Toronto's scenic beauty, Bike Share Toronto offers a convenient and sustainable way to navigate the city streets, with numerous docking stations scattered throughout key locations.


The official currency of Canada is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). Most businesses in Toronto accept major credit cards, and ATMs are widely available throughout the city for cash withdrawals.

Electrical System

In Canada, the electrical system operates at a standard frequency of 60 Hertz (Hz) with a voltage of 120 volts (V). The plug types commonly used are Type A and Type B.

Image by Maarten van den Heuvel

Things to do in Toronto....


Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)


Discover history, art, and culture at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). Explore engaging and diverse exhibits and interactive displays
for all ages.


Ripley's Aquarium of Canada


Immerse yourself in marine life wonders at Ripley's Aquarium. Explore underwater tunnels, colorful reefs, and interactive exhibits.


Hockey Hall of Fame


Delve into hockey's rich history at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Discover iconic memorabilia, interactive exhibits, and test your skills in hockey simulations.


CN Tower


Experience panoramic views of Toronto and Lake Ontario from the CN Tower's observation deck. Enjoy the Glass Floor and EdgeWalk adventures.


Toronto Islands


Escape to nature on the Toronto Islands. Enjoy beaches, parks, and family-friendly activities with stunning skyline views.


Ontario Science Centre


Engage in hands-on science exploration at the Ontario Science Centre. Discover fascinating exhibits, live demonstrations, and educational IMAX movies.

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